How Any Artist Can Make a Few Bucks Before Breakfast (Online art lesson #38)

This is not one of those “Make money while you sleep!”  lessons, but if you’re serious about making a buck before breakfast, watch the video.  Subscribers, click HERE if the video isn’t visible.

Click the icon on the lower right of the above video screen  to make the it larger.

THE BUCKS ARE ROLLING IN – and I love getting them.  Keep them coming and I’ll keep putting them up!

Gerri Bloomberg, VT

Gerri Bloomberg, VT "My first attempt at anything like this. It really was fun to do. Thanks for giving me a push."

Ann Hayes drew this young buck in the studio garden during class. He did not stay still like the big guy in the video.

Ann Hayes drew this young buck in the studio garden during class. He did not stay still like the big guy in the video.

Ilene Rubin from PA weekly art lesson.com BUCK
Ilene Rubin from PA
Nyla Witmore in Boulder, CO weekly art lesson buck

Nyla Witmore in Boulder, CO

Nyla took it to another level – she made lots of bucks in the middle of the night.

Nyla Witmore in Boulder, CO weekly art lesson buck
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14 Responses to How Any Artist Can Make a Few Bucks Before Breakfast (Online art lesson #38)

  1. Doris and Janet says:

    Lillian! You are amazing; and so are your guests. Wish we were, guests that is. Am sending you an update. Love, Doris

  2. Ilene says:

    This was wonderful!! I will refer to it over and over again. Very clever of you, and loved that he was so obedient and posed so effortlessly! Thank you!
    Ilene

  3. shannon says:

    Hi Lillian,
    that was very entertaining. I enjoyed seeing your garden with mirrors and painted shed, too.
    clever clever , girl.
    shannon

  4. Nyla Witmore says:

    At one point I saw the Buck “swallow”…watch it again and see if you can catch it.
    (See, Lil, you’re really making us notice the DETAILS!!!)

  5. Nyla Witmore says:

    The first drawing in ink was, well…I’ve made comments of what is too big and too small on the drawing. I tried three more times. On the FOURTH TRY, it came together. So, folks, don’t try just once and say, “I’m doomed…”
    Must admit I clicked to “freeze” the frame so I’d have more time. Second attachment
    made dramatic improvements and I could “see more” each time I tried.
    Note: I did this in the middle of the night when I couldn’t sleep.

  6. Ann Hayes says:

    I am making a lot of bucks! Let’s see – how do I send you some???? XXXX Ann

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  8. What a great video, Lilly!

    I took a life drawing class once upon a time ago. I learned a lot there. This looks like fun, and I look forward to trying it, but I’m crazy busy right now. ~sigh~ I hope those bucks keep rolling in for you!

  9. Ruth Kennedy Grant says:

    All my pencil will do is write: PLEASE DON’T SHOOT ME!

    (Actually, I don’t know what I would do to get a drawing onto the computer and website…?)

    Ruth

    • Lillian Kennedy says:

      It is so sad that I think that this deer is the one shot and killed in our neighborhood this week. He was clearly a good friend of ours. I’m so glad that I got this video of him and can remember his handsome and calm demeanor.

  10. Lillian, your wonderful sense of humor keeps shining through. Love your site! Its really unique. Which reminds me . . . I really need to go there, and maybe get a massage while I’m at it.

    I’m so sorry to hear about your neighborhood deer. Maybe another will come along.

    • Lillian Kennedy says:

      Thanks Sandy, We have a large neighborhood herd. I heard that all the other deer came and hung around the dead one after he fell.

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